1960
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    DB4 GT Specification

    • Very carefully made conversion by German Aston Martin experts
    • Almost indistinguishable from the original
    • Sought-after colour scheme
    Chassis no. DB4/385/R
    Colour Grün
    Interior Leder Grün
    Type other Cars
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Power 300 PS
    Mileage 3050 km
    Location Berlin

    Description:

    Aston Martin presented the DB4 at the 1958 Paris Motor Show. In 1959 Aston Martin brought the DB4 GT. On a shortened chassis (-127 mm compared to the DB4 Saloon). Lightweight construction was the declared target to be competitive in motorsport. For the corresponding additional power, the engine got a double ignition, higher compression and three Weber double carburetors. Today the DB4 GT are very wanted by collectors, reaching prices between 2 and 3 million euros.

    This DB4 was converted into the DB4 GT by a German Aston Martin expert in the mid-2010s. All the significant features of the DB4 GT were incorporated into the conversion. So the engine has the GT features mentioned above. The tank with two filler necks is also in the trunk, with the spare wheel above. If you consider that the “Continuation” from Aston Martin in 2017 cost 1.8 million euros, you have the opportunity here to make a conversion that is almost indistinguishable from the original for a fraction of an orig. DB4 GT or the “Continuation”.

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    Description:

    Aston Martin presented the DB4 at the 1958 Paris Motor Show. In 1959 Aston Martin brought the DB4 GT. On a shortened chassis (-127 mm compared to the DB4 Saloon). Lightweight construction was the declared target to be competitive in motorsport. For the corresponding additional power, the engine got a double ignition, higher compression and three Weber double carburetors. Today the DB4 GT are very wanted by collectors, reaching prices between 2 and 3 million euros.

    This DB4 was converted into the DB4 GT by a German Aston Martin expert in the mid-2010s. All the significant features of the DB4 GT were incorporated into the conversion. So the engine has the GT features mentioned above. The tank with two filler necks is also in the trunk, with the spare wheel above. If you consider that the “Continuation” from Aston Martin in 2017 cost 1.8 million euros, you have the opportunity here to make a conversion that is almost indistinguishable from the original for a fraction of an orig. DB4 GT or the “Continuation”.

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